Art Nouveau Links

This is a selection of interesting Art Nouveau links that we have come across. If you know other links that you recommend, please send us an email.

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FRANCE
Nogent-sur-Marne - Art Nouveau - Art Déco (Nogent-sur-Marne)
Interesting website presenting Art Nouveau and Art Déco architects in Nogent-sur-Marne. Well documented with information and photos about the Nachbaur family and Art Nouveau architects C. Damotte and Georges Pradeau. In French.
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INTERNATIONAL
Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide ()
A journal of nineteenth-century visual culture. The chronological scope of the journal is the "long" nineteenth century, stretching from the American and French Revolutions, at one end, to the outbreak of World War I, at the other. In English.
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USA
Neue Galerie  (New York)
Museum devoted to early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design. In English.
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INTERNATIONAL
Network of European Museum Organisations ()
The NEMO is an independent network of museum associations and similar bodies representing the museum community of Europe. In English.
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NETHERLANDS
Netherlands Jugendstil Architecture (Huizen)
Foundation for the preservation of Dutch Art Nouveau. In Dutch.
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NORWAY
Nationalmuseet for Kunst, Arkitektur of Design  (Oslo)
The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design has assumed responsibility for the collections of The National Gallery, The Museum of Contemporary Art, The Museum of Decorative Arts and Design, and The Norwegian Museum of Architecture. In Norwegian an
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AUSTRALIA
National Gallery of Victoria (Victoria)
Pre-Raphaelite collection, with, amongst others, works from Edward Burne-Jones, John-Everett Millais, William Morris, Arthur Hughes, William Holman Hunt, Australia, Australie, Victoria
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ICELAND
National Gallery of Iceland (Reykjavik)
Housed in a modernist building originally built as a freezing plant, the National Gallery emphasises 19th and 20th century Icelandic art, but also has a good collection works by international artists such as Picasso, Munch, Appel, etc. In IC and EN.
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USA
National Gallery of Art (NGA) : Anatomy of an exhibition : Art Nouveau, 1890-1914 (Washington)
This web feature offers a glimpse behind the scenes during the planning and construction of Art Nouveau, 1890-1914, held at the Gallery in 2000-2001.
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FRANCE
Nancy Museum of Fine Arts (Nancy)
Official website of the Fine-Arts Museum of Nancy, which hosts a great collection of Daum glassworks. In French.
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FRANCE
Nancy Guide (Nancy)
Website offering tourist information about Nancy including pages on Art Nouveau buildings in Nancy. In French.
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POLAND
Muzeum secesji  ()
Art Nouveau museums in Poland. In Polish.
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FRANCE
Museum of Printing (Lyon)
The Museum of Printing of Lyon offers exhibitions as well as archives listed on the website. In French.
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BELGIUM
Museum of glass, Charleroi (Charleroi)
Website of the Charloi Museum, where a page is dedicated to the museum of glass which collection is partly Art Nouveau. In French.
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FINLAND
Museum of Finnish Architecture  (Helsinki)
Presents the architectural heritage of Finland, among others the works of Saarinen and Gallen-Kallela. In English and Finnish.
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ESTONIA
Museum of Estonian Architecture Museum of Estonian Architecture (Tallinn)
This Museum hosts collections from the 20th century with furniture designs by Finnish architects Armas Lindgren & Wivi Lönn. The greater Tallinn plan (1913) by Eliel Saarinen can also be seen there. In Estonian and English.
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SERBIA
Museum of Applied Arts of Belgrade (MPU) (Belgrade)
The section "departments with collections" hosts a collection of ceramics, glass and porcelain from the 18th and 19th century. In Serbian and English.
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HUNGARY
Museum of Applied Arts  (Budapest)
A magnificent Secession building by architect Ödön Lechner (1845-1914).
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GERMANY
Museum Kunst Palast - Glas Museum Hentrich (Düsseldorf)
The museum's glass collection includes a section with Art Nouveau and Secession including works by Emile Gallé, Josef Hoffmann and Louis C. Tiffany. In German.
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GERMANY
Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe  (Hamburg)
A large number of Art Nouveau objects from the collection of Justus Brinckmann (1843-1915). In German and English.
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